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MARC Bibliographic Record

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099    $aMicro 602$9local
099    $aPH 4560 (3)$9local
099    $aAudio 1939A$9local
099    $aFH 367$9local
099    $aFH 368$9local
100 1_ $aSebring, Lewis B.,$d1901-1978.
245 10 $aLewis B. Sebring papers,$f1830-1976.
300    $a13$freels of microfilm (35 mm),
300    $a2$fdisc recordings; plus
300    $3additions of$a3.2$fcubic feet,
300    $a0.6$fcubic feet of photographs and negatives,
300    $a2$ffilm reels, and
300    $a68$fdrawings.
520    $aPapers of a journalist and war correspondent for the New York Herald-Tribune, who reported on combat in the Southwest Pacific Area theater during World War II. Wartime papers, which comprise the most extensive and valuable portion of the collection, include letters to friends, relatives, and the staff of the Tribune. This section also includes photographs, 40 notebooks of on-the-spot observations, and copies of news articles. Other than the war years, the collection contains only scattered references to his professional career, though there are copies of some earlier writings for the Herald-Tribune and of his later columns in the Schenectady (N.Y.) Union-Star. Among Sebring's prominent correspondents are Martin Agronsky, Raymond Clapper, George Cornish, Joseph Driscoll, Frank Kelley, Joe Alex Morris, Drew Pearson, and Helen Rogers Reid. Also in the collection are three drafts of Sebring's unpublished book on Douglas MacArthur.
520 8_ $aThe processed portion of this collection is summarized above, dates 1901-1976, and is described in the register. Additional accessions date 1830-192, 1927-1948 and are described below.
530    $3Original collection$aAvailable only on microfilm.
555 0_ $aRegister to the processed portion.
561 1_ $aPresented by Lewis B. Sebring Jr., Winter Park, Florida, 1973-1976.
541 1_ $81.1\a$aSebring, Lewis B.$cGift$3Collection.
583 1_ $81.2\a$aAccessioned$c19010101$3Collection
541 1_ $82.1\a$eMCHC73-089.
583 1_ $82.2\a$aAccessioned$c19010101
541 1_ $83.1\a$eMCHC73-126.
583 1_ $83.2\a$aAccessioned$c19010101
541 1_ $84.1\a$eMCHC73-137.
583 1_ $84.2\a$aAccessioned$c19010101
541 1_ $85.1\a$eMCHC75-083.
583 1_ $85.2\a$aAccessioned$c19010101
541 1_ $86.1\a$eMCHC76-050.
583 1_ $86.2\a$aAccessioned$c19010101
541 1_ $87.1\a$eMCHC76-097.
583 1_ $87.2\a$aAccessioned$c19010101
541 1_ $88.1\a$aRollins College via Kathleen J. Reich$bWinter Park, Florida$eM90-287$3Photographs, negatives, clippings, and memorabilia, 1927-1944, much of it organized in albums, concerning the Eastern United States, Sebring's coverage of World War II in Australia and New Guinea, and trips to Europe and to eastern Canada in the early 1930s. The visual materials from accessions MCHC73-089 and MCHC75-083 have been added to this accession. See contents list. Qty: 3.0 c.f. (3 record center cartons).
583 1_ $88.2\a$aAccessioned-addition$c19900829$n1.0$oc.f.
541 1_ $89.1\a$3Action notes.
583 1_ $89.2\a$aCategory 2.2$c19900830
583 1_ $89.3\a$aCategory 3.3: Mid-range processing$c19900830
541 1_ $810.1\a$aRollins College via Kathleen Reich$bWinter Park, Florida$cDeed of gift$eM2001-036$3Additions, circa 1932-circa 1948, consisting of photographs and negatives of some of Lewis' trips, two film reels from the movie "South of Zero," and two disc recordings of a 1937 Herald Tribune radio broadcast over station WOR. Qty: 0.6 c.f. (photographs and negatives), 2 film reels, and 2 disc recordings.
583 1_ $810.2\a$aAccessioned-addition$c20010228$n0.6$oc.f. of photographs and negatives
583 1_ $810.3\a$aAccessioned-addition$c20010228$n6$ofilm reels
583 1_ $810.4\a$aAccessioned-addition$c20010228$n2$odisc recordings
583 1_ $810.5\a$aProcessed-addition$c20170808$kph$n2$odisc recordings
541 1_ $811.1\a$aSebring, Lewis, Jr.$bWinter Park, Florida$eMCHC 76-097$3Additions, 1830-1920, consisting of "A German Odyssey," a history by Lewis Sebring of his Daniels and Bulla family relatives, together with miscellaneous documents and correspondence of several members of the two families. Sebring's mother was Agnes Emma Bulla Sebring and his grandmother was Mary Daniels Bulla. This material was originally accessioned as a separate collection and partially processed by an FGH student in 1980, at which time the volume was reduced. A draft register prepared at that time is in the Sebring case file. Because of its disparate nature the accession was returned to the Sebring collection in 2008. The Daniels-Bulla photographs originally part of the accession are missing. Qty: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box).
541 1_ $812.1\a$enone$3Crayon, pencil, and watercolor drawings of birds, flowers, vegetables, and people as well as many other objects, created by Lewis B. Sebring while he was in grade school in Schenectady, New York from about 1909-1915. These records have been assigned call number PH 4560(3). Qty: 68 drawings (1 folder).
583 1_ $812.2\a$aAccessioned-addition$n68$odrawings
599 1_ $aAccording to the separation record in the case file, there are additional unprocessed photographs in Icon not described in this record.$9local
600 10 $aAgronsky, Martin.
600 30 $aBulla family.
600 10 $aClapper, Raymond,$d1892-1944.
600 10 $aCornish, G. W.$q(George W.)
600 30 $aDaniels family.
600 10 $aDriscoll, Joseph,$d1906-
600 10 $aKelley, Frank,$d1911-
600 10 $aMacArthur, Douglas,$d1880-1964.
600 10 $aMorris, Joe Alex,$d1904-1990.
600 10 $aPearson, Drew,$d1897-1969.
600 10 $aReid, Helen Rogers,$d1882-1970.
650 _0 $aWar correspondents.
650 _0 $aWorld War, 1939-1945$xJournalists.
650 _0 $aReporters and reporting.
630 04 $aNew York herald tribune.
655 _7 $aManuscript collection.$2local
655 _7 $aMicroforms.$2aat
655 _7 $aDiaries.$2aat
655 _7 $aDrawings.$2aat
655 _7 $aPhotographs.$2aat
856 42 $uhttp://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/wiarchives.uw-whs-micr0602$zFinding aid available online.
856 41 $uhttps://archive.org/details/SouthofZero_FH367$zFilm South of Zero available online.
994    $aC0$bWHSAR
997    $aMARCIVE

MMS IDs

Document ID: 999465280602121
Network Electronic IDs: 999465280602121
Network Physical IDs: 999465280602121
mms_mad_ids: 9910313402122